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Boat rentals in New York City

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Yacht rent Custom 95 in Manhattan Cruise Terminal, New York City

Cloud Nine III - Cruise New York in Style

Yacht Custom 95 (2003) 95.01 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

1 cabin 3 baths 60 places 2 berths Manhattan Cruise Terminal (New York City)
from $12,600 /day
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Sailing boat rent Ventura 80 in Manhattan Cruise Terminal, New York City

Ventura - Private New York Sailboat

Sailing boat Ventura 80 (1919) 79.99 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

1 bath 25 places Manhattan Cruise Terminal (New York City)
from $6,315 /day
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Yacht rent Cloud Nine Yacht in Manhattan Cruise Terminal, New York City

Cloud Nine IV - New York Yacht Charter

Yacht Cloud Nine Yacht (2005) 135 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

4 baths 150 places Manhattan Cruise Terminal (New York City)
from $9,365 /day
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Yacht rent Couach 97 in Manhattan Cruise Terminal, New York City

Justine | Luxury Yacht

Yacht Couach 97 (1987, refit 2010) 89.99 feet

Without skipper (bareboat)

4 cabins 12 places 8 berths Manhattan Cruise Terminal (New York City)
from $9,250 /day
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Yacht rent Roamer Custom in Manhattan Cruise Terminal, New York City

Juliette - Cruise New York in Style

Yacht Roamer Custom (1992) 82.02 feet

Skipper included in the price

1 cabin 2 baths 49 places 1 berths Manhattan Cruise Terminal (New York City)
from $11,600 /day
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Yacht rent Custom Atlantis in Manhattan Cruise Terminal, New York City

Atlantis - Celebrate on the Water

Yacht Custom Atlantis (2011) 492.12 feet

Skipper included in the price

5 baths 300 places Manhattan Cruise Terminal (New York City)
from $10,937 /day
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Sailing boat rent Benetau Oceanis 343 in Manhasset Bay, New York City

BENETEAU — 343 OCEANIS (2007)

Sailing boat Benetau Oceanis 343 (2007) 33.99 feet

Skipper included in the price

2 cabins 1 bath 6 places 2 berths Manhasset Bay (New York City)
Price upon request
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Yacht rent Custom 210ft in Manhattan Cruise Terminal, New York City

Beautiful 210ft Yacht in New York

Yacht Custom 210ft 210 feet

Skipper included in the price

1200 places Manhattan Cruise Terminal (New York City)
Price upon request
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Rent a Boat in New York City

You can find boats available to rent with or without a skipper in New York on the Nautal website. Search for sailboats, catamarans, motorboats and more in New York and/or in the world. Flexible cancellation or date changes up to 15 days before check in is allowed on selected boats. New York City is an ideal location for sailing and discovering all hidden secrets of the city. By renting a boat in New York, you can sail through New York Harbour and enjoy the view of this magnificent city from the water. Whether you rent a boat for half a day or you decide to sail during the whole weekend, New York City offers multiple attractions and a vast spectrum of locations that should impress you. 


How much does it cost to rent a boat in New York?

Renting a boat in New York costs from 1,600 dollars per day and from 11,200 dollars for a week. The price of the boat rental in New York varies depending on a season, duration of a charter, age and length of the boat as well as if you rent with or without a skipper. 


Is it possible to rent a boat in New York with or without a skipper? 

Renting a boat in New York with a skipper is ideal if you want to be guided through the best places in the area and get the most out of your sailing experience. You can rent a boat in New York without a skipper if you have the appropriate licence or if there are boats available to rent that do not require a licence. It is without a doubt a great idea to be the captain of your own boat if you are an experienced sailor.


How is the weather in New York?

The best time for sailing in New York is from May to October. The temperatures are quite mild in the city, with the exception of July and August being quite hot and humid. May and June are considered being the warmest and most comfortable months of the year when you can enjoy sunny weather and wonderful sunsets in the city. 


What to do with a boat charter in New York?

If you rent a boat in New York, you can choose between a large variety of routes to explore the city while being on board the boat. For instance, once you leave the dock, you go away from the noise of the city and can enjoy the beauty from afar. You can sail past the Statue of Liberty and get the best view of the city. You can also choose to go along the Hudson River north of Fort Lee, New Jersey to also observe the picturesque nature of the state. 


And on land…

New York City presents so many different attractions that you have to plan everything beforehand to see everything! You should come to Central Park during a sunny spring day, go to a Metropolitan Museum of Art, and afterwards get to Brooklyn Bridge. Don’t forget about the famous Statue of Liberty! Another must-see of the city is American Museum of Natural History. You can enjoy the massiveness of the museum, but the queues can be huge. 


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How to get to New York?

There are several options for how you can get to the city. 

1. By Plane. New York City is serviced by three major airports: John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) LaGuardia Airport (LGA). Either you have a national or international flight, you can come to the city from one of the airports. 

2. By Train. New York City has two main rail stations in Midtown: Grand Central Terminal (on the east side) and Penn Station (on the west side). It is a fast and comfortable way to get to the city. 

3. By Bus. The city constantly moves, so the buses go every hour from different cities. Check the schedule for your town. 

4. By Car. Come to New York city from another part of the country, if you own or rent a car. 

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